When the updated Jang book was still in pre-order, I used this:
It has some notable errors in DNS and missing a section on ISCSI and Kerberos, but on the other hand, it does a good job of showing the differences between RHEL5 and RHEL6. I also used this (actually, initially started with) as well:
With these two books, I passed my RHCSA. And I am still using them as backup, even though I am now using the Jang Book to study for the RHCE. In fact, I recommend all three books for exam preparation.
(as a side note, I also highly recommend reading through the Red Hat Documentation site if you really need to deep-dive into Red Hat's configuration utilities, especially for Virtualization.
On Sep 8, 2011, at 8:25 PM, Steven Barre wrote:
> Hello All
> I wrote RHCT last year on v5, and am going to write RHCE this year on v6. But I'm told I have to rewrite the first level test (now RHCSA) before the RHCE test.
> Any good study guides to get me up to speed on the differences in v6 ?
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